BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - It's been at the center of controversy for two years.
RTA filed an application with the City of Beavercreek to add 3 bus stops near the Mall at Fairfield Commons.
In June, the Federal Highway Administration's Office of Civil Rights found that African Americans did face discriminatory impact after the city commission denied that request.
The complaint was filed in August 2011 by a group called The Leaders for Equality and Action in Dayton also known as LEAD.
The city was given 90 days to implement a fairer application process. If it didn't do so, it could lose money for it's highways.
City commission voted Monday night to start the readings on that in December.
Members also voted re-hear the RTA'S application for the three proposed bus stops on October 14.
"All we want to do is say look, everybody deserves fair access to any municipality and here you are, still you don't want to let them in," says LEAD President Rev. Bruce Burns, Sr.
Cathy Bryan has lived in Beavercreek most of her life.
She voiced her concerns to the city commission.
"We are basically being strong armed into doing something for fictitious reasons. This is not about economics or race. This is about protecting our community's businesses and protecting the investments that have been made in our community," comments Burns.
The city refused to comment after the meeting.
Homicide detectives are at the scene of a shooting at Love's gas station on Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
One man is in custody after a police pursuit that began in Franklin and ended in the area of Germantown Pike and Stolz Avenue in Dayton.
Sidney Police are looking for a pair of men who robbed a Speedway gas station early Sunday morning.
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Two people were taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle rollover crash at the intersection of Wagner Ford Road Sunday afternoon.